Abhorrent Decimation are London-based Death Metal newcomers who have recruited some talent to help with their highly anticipated debut album.

Ronnie Björnström of the band Aeon and from Enhanced Audio Productions (Garageland Studios, Sweden), is lending his skills to Abhorrent Decimation to bring fans their first album.  Following their breakthrough EP, Infected Celestial Utopia, which was released through Cold Birth Records, as well as numerous shows across the UK including an appearance at the Blockstock Open Air Festival earlier this year, the band is ready to start working and recording.

Ashley Scott, the vocalist for Abhorrent Decimation, says about collaborating with Ronnie, “Our EP was a great start but now is the time to step everything up, material, production, direction – this album has to put our name on the map and we are positive Ronnie is the man for job.”

Björnström has made albums for such bands as his own, Aeon, as well as Zonaria, Gnawer, Bodyfarm, and Persuader to name a few and says about this project, “It will be a killer album when it’s done. Ashley sent me the demo’s [and] the material was like I expected. Aggressive, punchy and overkill! I had to take a couple of beers after listening to it due to all the brutality in the tracks!”

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